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Spacious and light home - with a lot to offer.

FINDING a home which gives you a lot for your money would be desirable for most - and this week's Dream Home is hard to beat on that front.

The semi-detached property on Adcott Road, off Hall Drive in the Acklam area of Middlesbrough, offers plenty of space with a recent extension and two conservatories opening out the downstairs living area.

The result has transformed the pre-Second World War property into a light, spacious and modern home.

The Adcott Road home is on the market for PS249,000. Contact the Middlesbrough office of Michael Poole estate agents on 01642 254222. Location: Adcott Road Acklam, Middlesbrough Number of bedrooms: Three, plus a converted loft with permanent staircase and door off the landing which is currently used as a fourth bedroom.

Number of reception rooms: "There's loads of downstairs space! A room at the front and one at the back, two separate conservatories and a breakfast room/dining kitchen."

Number of bathrooms: A family bathroom, en suite to the master bedroom and a downstairs toilet.

Describe the gardens and outside space: "The rear is a very good size. It's a private, west-facing garden and gets the sun all day. We have split it into separate areas for different occasions; it includes a patio, raised decking area and lawn with flower beds. A gravel path leads to a further secluded patio area and also to the end of the garden, where there is vegetable garden, hen house and shed. However, this could easily be converted back to an open, full-length garden."

DREAM HOME In associati" Which room in the house has the biggest wow factor? "The area encompassing the open-plan kitchen and breakfast/dining room, alongside the conservatory, definitely has the wow factor. It's very spacious and a perfect area for gatherings of family and friends. We love the pitched ceiling with Velux windows that gives a feeling of space and light, while the adjoining conservatory adds a place to sit and relax, overlooking the garden."

What's the best thing about the home's location: "It's situated in an established, quiet, tree-lined road, off Hall Drive in Acklam, very close to the conservation area of Acklam Hall and the Avenue of Trees. There are plenty of open spaces, while being within easy walking distance of a range of shops and public transport." Parking? An attached garage, with double timber glazed doors and access from the breakfast room. The driveway is block paved, providing ample parking for up to three vehicles.

with Closest schools? The property is in the school catchment area for Newham Bridge Primary School, Macmillan Academy, Trinity RC secondary and Outwood Academy. Improvements? During their time at the property, the owners have extended the kitchen/breakfast room, added two conservatories and converted the loft. They have also added the master en suite.


Pictured on this page are the reception rooms, conservatory and the bedrooms

The open plan kitchen and breakfast/dining room is pictured |above while the back garden is pictured right

The kitchen , which has been extended by the current owners, is very spacious and light

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Nov 5, 2015
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